Connecticut company says they struggle to keep up with demand for toy designed to "take some of the scariness away" from the disease
Person in custody and terminal temporarily shut down at Miami International Airport
"It was a very scary scene," says witness who ran to victim's aid
The "Whiteness Project" is a multimedia documentary, described as an investigation of how Americans identify with being white. Twenty-one caucasians from Buffalo, New York, talk candidly about their race. Whitney Dow, the producer and director, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the film.
Obama was in Chicago Monday for early voting, filling out his ballot and minding his business when the boyfriend of the woman next to him gave the commander in chief some playful advice. Watch to see President Obama's response.
The federal Job Corps program has been around for 50 years, providing training and education to teens and young adults. A CBS News investigation raises serious questions over how well some Job Corps centers are doing. Anna Werner reports.
Colorado and Washington state will soon celebrate Halloween for the first time since marijuana became widely available in stores. Police are warning parents to check their kids' bags for pot-laced candy. Barry Petersen reports.
The current Congress is among the least productive in history, but not at everything. Republican Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma highlights what he calls wasteful spending in an annual "Wastebook." Nancy Cordes reports on the 2014 edition.
Close to eight million cars are now under recall because their airbags can explode and send shrapnel at drivers or passengers upon deployment. The defect has been linked to four deaths in the U.S. Charlie Rose reports.
Ben Bradlee was a giant of journalism. He led the Washington Post during the Watergate scandal, which brought down the Nixon administration. In all, the Post won 17 Pulitzer Prizes under his leadership. Bradlee died Tuesday at 93. Bill Plante reports from Washington.
A passenger who arrived at Newark Liberty Airport Tuesday night is undergoing Ebola testing at an area hospital. This comes as the U.S. government is mandating all passengers from countries affected by Ebola will start flying exclusively to five airports performing Ebola screening. Charlie Rose reports.
What new U.S. Ebola czar will and won't handle; latest look at questionable spending by Washington; and iconic journalist Ben Bradlee is remembered
Jeffrey Fowle lands at Air Force base near Dayton, Ohio; had been held after Bible got him in trouble
CDC says passenger, from flight into Newark, New Jersey, being evaluated after reporting symptoms of or potential exposure to the virus
Star hurler Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco make Kansas City's postseason magic disappear, at least for one night
Major Garrett on what Klain will and won't be doing as Ebola response coordinator
"Ebola free and feeling so blessed. I fought and won, with lots of help. Amazing feeling," Ashoka Mukpo tweeted
"Now there's an example of a brother -- just embarrassing me for no reason. Just for no reason whatsoever," the president responds
10/21: Gov't auto-safety website leaving drivers in the dark; Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta dies
One day after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration urged car owners to have exploding airbags immediately removed from their vehicles, the agency's website provided little information about the problem; and, the legendary fashion designer, whose fashions adorned some of the most famous women on the planet, has died after a long battle with cancer.
President Obama was casting his ballot early for the upcoming midterm elections when Mike Jones, a local voter, told him: “Don't touch my girlfriend.” Scott Pelley reports.